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P G Webster is a poet and songwriter from the Pennine Moors close to the home of the Bronte sisters of Haworth in West Yorkshire. Midgley, the small hamlet like village where he spent his initial 10 years is the subject matter of some of the poet's writings, along with Hebden Bridge and the moorland surrounding Halifax and Calderdale. P G Webster's most noted inspiration is not his favourite poet - William Blake - nor his lifelong obsession with the Brontes, but infact, the very ground he trod around his home surroundings. He has a profound passion for nature and philanthropic matters. The work of this unknown bard is special, and expressive and very, very impressive. Read, and digest these pieces and marvel at their originality, while recognizing the obvious echoes and style of Blake.

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List of poems by p g webster 7 total

blackbird
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Psalm
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If
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Bliss
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beautiful girl 58 Views
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Nature
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elegy of the 0ak and the Willow
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